Bird of Prey Conservation Centre

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Bird of Prey Conservation Centre: Dedicated to the preservation of all species of bird of prey by using education as a primary route for raising public awareness.

we are uniquely placed within a beautifully enchanted woodland setting that provides a comfortable and as near as possible natural habitat for our resident birds.

Our superb and impressive wild bird of prey family is on view throughout the whole year and open to all ages. We feel that we can provide any group or individual with an educational and inspired experience that will never be forgotten.

Our resident birds at Beamish Wild include magnificent Bald Eagles and Golden Eagles, African White Backed Vultures and Snowy Owls. You will also see and interact with our cute baby owls. These are only a few amongst a host of other fascinating birds of prey such as hawks, falcons and other owls. Our daily flight presentations and displays offer a thrilling insight into the unique abilities of our birds, and give us the opportunity to promote all of our relevant conservation work as it happens.

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Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush high in the treetops, climbing through tunnel nets, jumping the leap of faith and freefalling on our incredible 65ft power-fan. The Ropes Activity Centre at Beamish Hall provides fantastic outdoor fun and adventure for families, school groups, corporate groups and any other thrill-seeking individuals.
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The Beamish Wild Birds of Prey Conservation Centre and ropes activity centre is located in the grounds of Beamish Hall Country House Hotel, off the A1 between Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Take Junction 63 (for Chester-le-street), and follow signs for the nearby Beamish Museum. Take the left at the museum's entrance past Home Farm and the Beamish Golf Club. Beamish Hall is a further 700 yards on the left.


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Address: Bird of Prey Centre, Beamish Hall, Beamish, Stanley, County Durham, DH9 0Y, UK
Phone: +44 1207 299 220

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